Sixth overall pick Mika Zibanejad beat Tuukka Rask in overtime Wednesday as the Bruins fell to the Senators, 2-1, in Ottawa.

Rask played the entire game and made 34 saves for the B's, also allowing a goal to Brian Lee. Lane MacDermid, the team's fourth-round pick in the 2009 draft, scored the Bruins' only goal. 

The team will return to Boston, where they will host the Islanders Friday night. 

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WILMINGTON – Last fall, Mark Recchi was talking about what he wanted to cultivate in Boston. 



WILMINGTON -- Bruins captain Zdeno Chara returned to practice Wednesday at Ristuccia Arena, saying he feels "good" after recovering from a contusion on his left leg. Chara was hit with a puck in Monday's practice and left the ice. He did not play in Tuesday's black and white scrimmage and is not in the lineup for Wednesday's preseason opener against the Senators. 

For someone who has to know they have no chance of making the team this year, Alexander Khokhlachev sure is doing everything he can to make a good impression. His latest positive stride came in Tuesday’s annual black and white scrimmage, as the Russian 18-year-old had a pair of goals in the black team’s 4-1 victory. 



Bruins captain Zdeno Chara's status for Tuesday's black and white scrimmage is up in the air after the defenseman left Monday's practice with a bruise in his left leg. 

Chara was hit by a puck on a clearing attempt, and it appeared he was grabbing the inside of his left knee as he slowly finished the play and left the ice.

Newly re-signed Bruins forward Brad Marchand joined the Mut & Merloni show Friday afternoon. Marchand agreed to a two-year deal worth a reported $5 million Wednesday, allowing him to participate in training camp from the beginning.

Marchand said that he was always up to date on the negotiations, despite whispers to the contrary.

The Bruins opened training camp Friday at TD Garden with fitness testing, officially opening the preseason coming off June's Stanley Cup victory. 

Coach Claude Julien said players are excited for the new season, but that they can't let last season's success slow them down. 

The Bruins announced their roster for training camp, which is set to open Friday. It is as follows:

It isn’t often that top-5 picks find themselves in their third organization at just 24 years of age, but Benoit Pouliot is making his latest leap to a new organization.



Bruins forward and known motormouth Brad Marchand is probably used to giving players headaches on the ice with his yapping. On Wednesday, both he and the Bruins avoided a pretty sizable headache.